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enrollment period. and just in terms of the massachusetts experience, young adults have waited somewhat longer but the uninsured rates among young adults is 21% in the year prior to the passage of the law in massachusetts. that rate dropped to 8% in the after. i think it does, the experience, the survey research that we've done, the experience in massachusetts does suggest young adults will come into the market places, the numbers will help do what we're hoping they would do not only helping them but also stabilizing the market. spent so, we used all sorts of information sources to, on a weekly basis, hit the restart button. i had a meeting with my senior folks every week, looking back at what we know about enrollment, what we know about folks who were on the ground. so if we know that holding an event in the evening results in five people showing up versus launch, you get 50 people to show up, that's where our resources go. so we look at everything that's happened to not only the data we're seeing but also what we're hearing from our sisters. orienteering from brokers in community grou
. it is 5:12. a police officer in massachusetts sunday investigation this morning. he is accused of steeling more than thousands of dollars from the department, but the reason why he says that he did it, it is a little heart breaking. it is 5:1 >> while you were sleeping, reaction to that historic nuclear great iran. already we're hering from a major sum ally not happy about that -- u.s. allay not happy with the agreement. >> now the obama administration has to sell this to critics. they have a deal with iran to have a six-month period of time to stop nuclear functions and add inspections. the plan has critics. >> i would caution them from overselling this deal because it is not a full dismantling of the program. >> israel calls it a historic mistake. capitol hill says they won't push to impose sanctions during the six-month agreement. the administration hopes to hammer out a longer-lasting, permanent deal. >> rich, thank you. time is now 5:16. an undecided race in the commonwealth is one step closer to being called in the attorney jen really's raus. -- general's raus. >> 5:17 now. d.c. cong
, massachusetts, for democrats. you are on with trita parsi. i agree with the caller earlier who was saying why is netanyahu screaming about orion -- iran having nuclear weapons? for them to have that to have energy throughout their country and it creates jobs for their country. think we need to put israel in check. it seems like they are trying to take focus off of what they are doing in their country. they are taking all of the land andans' dividing that country. -- he feels pity because they are treating me palestinian people the same way at germany treated the israeli people. host: do think that is a fair assessment? guest: i would say that because the iranians are -- of the mpt. the and national -- the international community is -- i don'tthe fact think they need a nuclear weapons. nuclear and causes a nuclear domino effect in the middle east, then you have other countries starting nuclear weapons programs. that would eliminate a conventional superiority that iran has. it would eight p.m. -- it would -- mistake for them to host: an e-mail that we received on the subject. in what hetes doe
as well. welcome. >> mr. david cotton, commissioner of banks for the commonwealth of massachusetts. he has served in that position since november 2010 seeing supervision of 2,000 banks and credit unions with assets in excess of $325 billion. mr. cotney is an active contributor to consumer protection efforts both in massachusetts and nationally. in 2013 he was elected as vice chairman of the board of directors of the conference of state bank supervisors on whose behalf he testifies here today. welcome mr. cotney. miss shasky, cavelry. >> i'm director of treasury p crime enforcement or fincen. i'm here to discuss the work doing at fincen for illicit actors to exploit u.s. financial system as technological advances such as u.s. currency create new ways to move money. recognizing the potential for abuse ofer merging new payment methods and understanding that the antimony laundering protections must keep pace with these advancements fincen began working with our partners several years ago to study the issue. here is what we learned. illicit actors might decide to use virtual currency for many o
is always better. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant := >>> a group of students at a massachusetts middle school rallied together to protect a friend who was being bullied. eight-year-old danny who wears a suit and fedora every day to school suffers from a speech problem. he is also the water boy from the school's football team. when his friends heard he was being bullied, they banned together. >> we dressed up in suits because he's getting picked on at recess and we didn't like that. he's a brand-new brother for us, and now he's a very good friend for us. we didn't want to see him picked on. >> i love that friend of his. the friend are pushing to celebrate danny appreciation day every year. >> will john bon jovi be the nest owner of the buffalo bills? the rock star is reportedly preying on a chance to buy the nfl team when it goes up for sale. sources say he has been meeting with general managers. he's known to be close with patriots owner robert craft. bon jovi has ownership experience. he is the primary owner of the philadelphia soul of the arena football league. >> the list is out of the 25
a day, we have a long enrollment period and we saw from romney care in massachusetts, they didn't enroll until the last final day. >> you think democrats will freak out more? >> i think some democrats are freaking out and trying to figure out. you know, am i going toine though not on the actual yesterdayed law. all democrats support the idea of all americans having a chance to go to the drchlt marylandrue u and others support. that >> la rs, go a head. >> what is ridiculous. richard, with all due respect to you. people who have had policies cancelled years eve and to get a new plan in place. you have to sign up by the 15th of december otherwise your new plan doesn't kick in. what do you say to someone who is working to get signed up and their health policy is expiring and if they are suffering from conditions and they have no insurance in the new year? >> richard, let me ask you what success is. what if they don't meet the 7 million number and what it if it is a fractions of that? is it success? >> the people seeing the doctor. >> richard, you are not getting in on this. >> richard, you
in the senate. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, who was elected last year, is a prime example of this new wave of feistier democrat. >> i'm confident david can beat goliath on too big to fail. >> look, i realize this sort of wishful thinking might appeal to the uninitiated newcomers in the democratic conference who have served zero days in the minority, but the rest of you guys in the conference should know better. >> reporter: the white house likes blaming the tea party. but now there's a wing of the democratic party which has shown a willingness to take on its elders, which is most likely to challenge the president on the west. >> mike, thank you. >>> last week we told you the changes of the senate rules on presidential nominations, the so-called nuclear option, would have major implications with courts. good evening. >> reporter: one of the biggest ramifications of the decision by senate democrats to lower the threshold for voting through presidential nominees is how the d.c. circuit court will be impacted. that court is one of the critical checks on presidential power and federal regu
is a graduate of dartmouth college and a phd candidate of political science at the massachusetts institute of technology. also with us is christopher preble. before joining cato institute in 2003, he taught school at st. cloud university. he was also the commissions officer in the u.s. navy. holds a phd in history from temple university. now i will turn things over to ben. thanks, everybody, for coming. i will talk about the historical part of this. if you are interested in the policy part, you can take a net - nap and wake up for chris' section. u.s.rgument is that security does not require a triad of nuclear delivery submarine-bm's, launched ballistic missiles, and bombers. in fact, we should only keep a small amount of submarine missiles. for a think tank paper, this is an historical argument, especially its attention to the and hows about the u.s. we justify nuclear weapons. we show in the paper the triad was a result of competition both with the soviet union and among the u.s. military services. the reasons we hear for the triad are more rationale than justifications rather than cause
, massachusetts. patriots taking on the broncos. that is tom brady versus peyton manning, if you didn't know. cnn's rachel nichols is inside gillette stadium. rachel, why don't you just explain to us, why is this game so important? >> reporter: yeah. a rivalry between quarter backs in the nfl that we haven't seen for a long time. you have the most popular position with the most popular game in the country. and the history is so graed. tonight is the 14th time they are meeting. for even people just casual fans, it is still fun to watch. you see a lot of athletic pyrotechnics. but they are both also canny strategists. so it becomes an incredible chess game with them both sending out their minions in all directions and it's fun to see that unfold throughout the night. so far tom brady has 9-4 advantage on peyton manning in these match-ups. and manning is the first one to tell you just how good brady is. take a listen. >> i think it is pretty well documented, my respect for tom, as a quarterback. the way he prepares. just the way he's better kind of each season than he was the year before. >> he is a
. there along massachusetts avenue near dupont circle. watch your footing. and around the region we have a frozen start this morning and a frozen dawn yesterday. i took this picture atpics to weather@nbcwashington.com. there is a splash of pink over washington now. the live view from our hd sky watcher camera and under that mostly clear sky temperatures are down to just near 20 degrees around much of the in metro area. near the bay in the low 20s. it's in the upper teens, many of the rural areas of virginia. this michael jord this morning here is the timing on the storm that is going to be affecting our weather here beginning tomorrow this area of pink, the zone of maybe a little fyé this is noontime tomorrow. a chilly rain and then the rest of the afternoon, areas moderate to maybe briefly heavy rain. the rest of tuesday into tuesday night and into part of wednesday. and then wednesday afternoon it may change back to a wet snow before it all ends and turns windy and colder for thanksgi and then for the skins tonight should be just cold and partly cloudy and then tomorrow a little sleet
line. that is how you get it deal. host: kevin, boston, massachusetts, for democrats. you are on with trita parsi. caller: i agree with the caller earlier who was saying why is netanyahu screaming about orion iran having nuclear weapons? it is necessary for them to have that to have energy throughout their country and it creates jobs for their country. i also think we need to put israel in check. it seems like they are trying to take focus off of what they are doing in their country. they are taking all of the palestinians' land and dividing that country. netanyahu -- he feels pity because they are treating me palestinian people the same way that germany treated the israeli people. host: do think that is a fair assessment? guest: i would say that because the iranians are -- of the mpt. the and national -- the international community is mindful of the fact -- i don't think they need a nuclear weapons. if they go nuclear and causes a nuclear domino effect in the middle east, then you have other countries starting nuclear weapons programs. that would eliminate a conventional
want to show you an sue. we're at dupont circle at massachusetts and 20th in northwest. take a look here right outside the big pnc bank. their sprinklers went off this morning and one of our crew members alerted us to this. you can see this entire sidewalk here, this whole stretch completely covered in a sheet of ice. if you come through here in the morning, be careful. you've seen a biker and somebody walking by trying to be careful. stepping and riding very gingerly as they come through. you can see all of the ice right here as well on the grass. obviously this is a very sort of strange situation because the water went off. keep an eye out because any amount of water will do something just like that. live in northwest washington, melissa mollet, news 4. back to you. >>> some people try to enjoy that type of ice on purpose. we've had a lot of people enjoying the cold wefrt in northern virginia. take a look at that. skaters at the ice rink at pentagon road there in arlington. you can see the kids pushing around some penguins on the ice, too. getting into the mood early to deal with
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, massachusetts shooting that killed 20. we have been waiting for it. the question is what's in it? >> that's what we all want to know, chris. this afternoon, we will finally read the readings of the danintdanbury shootings. will he tell us the motive, why did this unthinkable massacre happen? it's been nearly one year since the shooting at sandy hook elementary school that claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults, not including the killer who took his own life a. chilling memory for this fragile community as they brace themselves for new information. later today the state attorney's office will release a summary report shedding more light on the 11-month investigation. it's expected to include a time line of adam landis' movements, beginning in the morning when he killed his mom at his home and before driving to the elementary school when he blasted his way in through a class if window and fired 150 shots from an assault livle in five minutes. a much more detailed account with photos and witness statement, reportedly thousands of pages long won't be released in its entirety until sometime
but conservative for massachusetts which is different than being a conservative in texas for example. so he talked about that at the most interesting part of it was when we got to the 47% comment that everybody knows about. that was a crippling moment. i don't think was the decisive moment in the campaign but it was a crippling moment because it crystallized the argument that the obama campaign had been been -- that he was a wealthy plutocrats that was out of touch with ordinary americans who did not understand the lives of many kinds of people that george reported on in "the unwinding." he said the country is polarized and there is 47% that will vote for me and 47% that will vote for the president and there's nothing i can do to get them. you said these are people that go completely dependent on government and feel government owes them something and they will never take control of their own lives. he said i didn't say that and he jumped up. we were in his home outside of boston. he jumped up and went to the kitchen counter where is ipad was charging and unplugged it and pulled it over and he said
weeks. >>> finally on the field, a wild game last night in foxboro, massachusetts. they had a 24-0 halftime lead but brady brought them back and they scored four straight touchdowns to take the lead. >> just when it sooim seemed like the game may nend a tie. the patriots recovered. few plays later, new england sealed an unlikely win with a field goal. new england wins 34-31. >> that's a heck of a game. >> yeah. kind of a football day in my house. >> you are saying your husband was not pleased with the effort from the new york jets. >> no. when i say it was a football day, that means i left the house. go have some fun. not that football isn't fun. >> i don't think he had much fun watching that game. >> no. hard to be a jets fan. >> yeah, it is. the strategy behind the huge discounts before friday. we will be in the buying mood. >>> ahead, making a visual statement to protect a 6-year-old from bullies. this is kind of school camaraderie you have to see. >>> speaking of individual statements, what was miley cyrus thinking last night when she took the stage and performed in front of
will move on to the next call. this is richard in massachusetts. >> hi, i am like you and i need my daily dose of amy's show and i brought your book in cambridge when she interviewed you. my question is three days after 9-11, the congress minus congressman lee, was the only authorization of the use of military force was passed. and bush and obama have used the authorization to do anything they want in the middle east with drones or whatever. my question is do you think that the neo conservatives and liberals will resend that law? can you believe we will have troops in afghanistan until 2024. >> there is a lot there. i think the original authorization was a disaster piece passed because of fear. i tell young people to be watch barbara's speech. imagine being the only decenter in congress on that vote days after the 9-11 attacks took place. there is discussion about repealing or modifying the authorization for the use of military force, but at the end of the day, under the article two of the constitution, the american has the right to control foreign policy. democrats and republicans alike
in bridge wather, massachusetts, rallied arn one of their own who was being bullied and showed what they and we all could be made of. >> well put. >> reporter: his spirit is infectio infectious. his voice, giant. >> who are we? >> reporter: and he's the most dapper kind ergartener you have ever seen. he rights up every room he's in. and the sidelines. he is the manager for the football team. he was born with a speech disorder. recently at school, kidding were teasing him. his teammates heard. they reacted. >> we didn't want him to get picked on. maybe if we all wore suits they would stop picking on him. >> reporter: 45 boys, all dressed in suits and ties. all rallying around danny. brothers to the last. >> we heard that danny was getting picked on. we thought we would all have a day to dress up like danny. and we thought we would sponsor danny. to um -- show danny that we love him. and -- that we love him very much. >> everybody's cheering him on. and when he's -- everybody loves him. >> reporter: and danny was asked if it was a great day for him. >> yeah. >> reporter: and his paren
past c coverage of the miami book fair and then we are back live. ... and he stopped in massachusetts to get again to eat. he's sitting there in a restaurant and a couple comes up in the man says i know you. you're on the supreme court, right? he says yes. you're stephen breyer, right? he didn't want to embarrass the valid part of his wife, so we said yes, and stephen breyer. they chatted for a while and the patsy question that he didn't expect. justice breyer, what's the best thing about being on the supreme court? he thought for a minute that i'd have to sit the privilege of serving with david souter. [laughter] and then off he went. how can you not love an institution where that's possible even today? [laughter] >> jeffrey, many years ago i worked for the dow jones weekly national observer and i was the backup reporter, court reporter for that paper with nina totenberg, now famous at npr and i'm sure you know nina. nina would come back from covering the court with wonderful little stories from the end i. and it wasn't exactly cost of, but it sheds some light. >> was not disparage g
the massachusetts connector experience in small group markets, and we know that based on the commercial side of the market. and i have a private board that made many of these decisions with a lot of input from policies to go to work groups. so we decided early on that we wanted, that we did not want to limit products. we wanted carriers to be as innovative as they wanted to be. now, the one early decision that we made, which was unanimously recommended by all stakeholders, including consumer groups, providers and carriers, was that we would not allow benefits substitutions to the essential benefits package. and so the products that have additional benefits like acupuncture, as an example, is not one of the core benefits. so the variation in product is really an additional benefits on top of the essential health benefits benchmark, and the variation in your out of pocket liability. so the co-pay, company insurance, et cetera. >> thank you. >> thank you. i'm with voice of the munis americans. i work with other organizations. my question has to do with the language barrier. have you seen that p
policy for the isenberg school of management at the university of massachusetts amherst and she has received numerous awards including the john f. kennedy profiles in courage award. she has twice been named as the second most powerful woman in the world by "forbes" magazine and she was named by harvard university and the "washington post" magazine as one of seven of america's top lawyer so we will hear from sheila bair. she will be interviewed by my colleague ron brownstein. ron has had two stems with "national journal" and with atlantic media darigan between he was national affairs columnist and national political correspondent for "the los angeles times" and while there was twice a finalist for the pulitzer prize for his coverage of presidential elections. he is the steady hand behind the editorial coverage across her company and writes often for both the "national journal" and the atlantic and has a weekly column in "national journal" and is covered lots of -- especially in washington and was west coast correspondent for sometime as well so welcome to the stage ron brownstein and
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